14 Wine Destinations In The U.S. That Aren’t Napa Or Sonoma

When you think of wine tourism in the U.S., California’s world-famous Napa Valley and Sonoma County undoubtedly come to mind. Just north of San Francisco, these grape-growing regions are home to hundreds of wineries with tasting rooms and scenic patios where visitors can relax and sample reds, whites, rosés and more.

But Napa and Sonoma aren’t geographically or financially accessible for everyone. Or perhaps you’ve already visited these areas and are thirsting for a new wine experience. Fortunately, there are many other “wine countries” in the U.S.

From Oregon to Michigan to Texas, here are 14 American wine regions that aren’t Napa and Sonoma. As always, be sure to consider the state of the pandemic at your destination and in your home community before booking a trip.

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